Analyzing The F1 Crash That Almost Killed Lewis Hamilton

Formula 1 remains the biggest motorsport competition in the world. Traveling from one beautiful location to the next, the sport has captivated young and old alike. But it captivates nobody more than the drivers, and sometimes, those drivers tend to let the red mist descend and, in the heat of the moment, a bad decision can result in a scary crash. That's what we saw last weekend as the Monza Grand Prix in Italy when Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes-AMG Petronas came together with Red Bull Racing Honda's Max Verstappen. But who was at fault, and how can such crashes be avoided in the future?
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2022 Nissan GT-R Unveiled, Ford Gives The Fiesta A Facelift, And Hyundai Ioniq 6 EV Spied: Your Weekly Brief

Good morning and welcome to our weekly digest of automotive news from around the globe, starting with…. Ford is ending car manufacturing in one of the world’s largest markets: India. The company had previously offered locally produced vehicles like the Figo, Aspire, Freestyle, EcoSport, and Endeavour, all designed with the Indian market in mind. But it seems that, over the past 10 years, Ford has accumulated more than $2 billion in losses due to its Indian manufacturing unit. Engine production at the Sanand manufacturing plant will continue for export, while the EcoSport will quietly bow out of the U.S.

Impact of Sainz's 'severe' Monza crash to be analysed by FIA

The FIA will look at why Carlos Sainz was thrown forwards when he hit the barriers during the third free practice session at the Italian Grand Prix. Formula 1 Race Director Michael Masi has confirmed that the FIA will analyse the consequences of Carlos Sainz's accident during the third free practice session at last weekend's Italian Grand Prix.

Coolest Cars For Sale On Motorious As Summer Comes To An End

These are some of the most interesting cars that have made it onto Motorious this week. What a diverse market the collector car industry represents. Every week, the Motorious editorial staff does a dive into the classified section of the site to find the cars for sale that we would want to buy for ourselves. These cars are more than worthy of a new garage, and we're thrilled to be able to share our picks with the readers each week. Here is a list of cars to check out as we hold onto the last few days of summer.

Mercedes Ready to Drop Station Wagons

It seems like enthusiasts are the only ones who still like station wagons. Those who have them love them. But it also seems that enthusiasts aren’t in a position to buy new station wagons. And that is one of the reasons why Mercedes is considering dropping its estate wagons-what we call station wagons here.

The Fastest Volvo Sedan and How It Stacks up to the Competition

The Volvo S60 T8 Polestar reigns supreme as the fastest-accelerating Volvo sedan on the market today. It makes 415 horsepower from its hybrid powertrain, and accelerates to 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. Not bad for a carmaker always touting safety as its #1 priority. It starts at around $65,000, which is a fair price for a luxury car of the T8’s ilk, but can a consumer find better performance in the same class for the same money?